Category: Animals Used for Clothing
When we talk about “the goat,” we don’t mean Tom Brady. Learn more about gentle, curious goats with these eight amazing facts.
RH refuses to guarantee to its shareholders (including PETA) and customers that the down feathers in its products aren’t yanked out of sensitive birds.
Cruelty is never in fashion! SMCP Group told PETA France it will stop using birds for their down and feathers by the fall–winter 2023 season.
California’s fur ban starts on January 1. Learn more about the effects of fur production on animals and the environment and how you can help protect animals used for their fur.
PETA’s new illustration shows why, for many animals, the holiday season isn’t merry or bright—and what you can do to help change that today.
After PETA Asia exposed cruelty behind “responsible down,” companies have scrambled to do damage control.
After learning about our alpaca investigation, Deckers footwear brands—including UGG, Sanuk, and Teva—have banned alpaca fleece!
Need some great end of year inspiration? Check out these 2022 victories for animals by PETA supporters, and take action with our easy, cutting-edge systems.
Victoria’s Secret just made a huge difference for goats: After PETA met with company representatives and shared information about cashmere, the chain confirmed a ban on the material.
Shop ’til you drop and make your kids’ closets a winter wonderland this Black Friday with PETA Kids’ guide.
PETA is calling on everyone to think for themselves, not be a zombie, and shun wool in favor of soft, cozy vegan options that leave sheep in peace.
Animal-friendly streetwear style has never been easier, thanks to vegan artist Phil America’s brand-new streetwear capsule collection with PETA.
Fashion brand NOIZE has teamed up with PETA for a new display in Montréal’s Eaton Centre. Together, we’re calling on shoppers to choose compassionate fashion.
“Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights?” READ MORE
— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind